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    Default US government owned patent on hair follicle neogensis


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    Here is the latest patent by the same group filed in 2014.

    https://www.google.com/patents/WO201...FseyogTC-YHwBg

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    Thank you Renee, really interesting !!

    It tells they found the methods to make functional hair follicle!

    " a need exists for methods and compositions capable of generating morphologically-correct, fully-developed, non-immunogenic human hair follicles. Such methods and compositions would be useful for treating conditions such as full- or partial-thickness skin loss, wounds, burns, scars, and hair loss. The present invention fills these needs by providing cellular compositions capable of hair growth, neogenesis, and regeneration"

    "The present invention provides compositions in the form of skin substitutes and microspheres comprising neural crest-derived mesencymal cells, wherein the skin substitute is capable of inducing hair follicles that are morphologically-correct and are useful in any application requiring hair follicle formation/neogenesis, or in any condition where hair follicle formation/neogenesis is desired. "

    "hair follicles that are morphologically-correct "

    It's a really good thing that US army work on that HF neogenesis, they have unlimited money and we know many of inventions were used by army before and then came mainstream.

    And as we can see in this link, army begin trial soon for 3D printed skin (skin with sweat glands, appropriate pigmentation, and hair follicles)
    http://motherboard.vice.com/read/the...ed-on-soldiers

    gives hope!

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    Maybe if the army can make trillions out of treating hairloss then they won't need to sell weapons aha. Baldness cure=world peace? could go the direct opposite way mind haha.

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    https://www.linkedin.com/pub/rajesh-...ham/11/a2a/296

    If you look at one of the authors linkedin you can see all the research he has done on Follicle Neogenesis

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayM View Post
    https://www.linkedin.com/pub/rajesh-...ham/11/a2a/296

    If you look at one of the authors linkedin you can see all the research he has done on Follicle Neogenesis

    Yes sounds that they are well advanced for me, us army work with the most Advanced materials and Im sure their researchers are the top quality also.They have all the money they need for working on this bioprinted skin graft that will help burned and injuried soldiers.

    What is really interesting is that it seems they have found how to make the hair follicle grow normally after neogenesis unlike cotsarelis :

    "HFs produced by these (previous) methods are not fully human constructs ), are not completely developed, contain hair shafts in the wrong anatomical location, do not exhibit long-term graft survival and normal HF cycling, and/or do not form HFs that contain sebaceous glands. In addition, HFs produced by such methods tend to grow in variable and uncontrollable directions, resulting in unnatural looking hair.


    " Thus, a need exists for methods and compositions capable of generating morphologically-correct, fully-developed, non-immunogenic human hair follicles."

    " The present invention fills these needs by providing cellular compositions capable of hair growth, neogenesis, and regeneration.

    "The present invention provides compositions capable of inducing hair follicles that are morphologically-correct and are useful in any application requiring hair follicle formation/neogenesis, or in any condition where hair follicle formation/neogenesis is desired. "

    In those patents, they mention that their invention will be useful for skin loss, burn, wound and HAIR LOSS
    Majorities of big inventions comes from and for the army use, and then mainstream for normal people with another way to use it.
    It's a really really good new for me that us army in is the game!!^^

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    You're right it could be big and I hadn't heard this mentioned on any other forum. To actually patent something means it's something new obviously so who knows what they have done or what race they have won aha. Do you think there is a way to email one of the scientists? I doubt they would say much but who knows?

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    Guys.... This is the biggest and most promising news I have ever seen in the last 10 years of my life combating against hair loss. All other solutions on the pipeline are now on the sideline.
    I have my utmost trust on US Military Medicals as they have by far the best technology. aint think they would buy the patent if they were not up to something.
    The only question is 1- They would keep it highly confidential since its military. But we need to know when they are planning to lunch so it would become mainstream for everyone of us.

    This topic needs much more attention

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    Government has been researching this from at least 2010, maybe even earlier. If you read the patent apparently hair taken from the temporal region works better when cultured and injected into scalp versus hair taken from back of the head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renee View Post
    Government has been researching this from at least 2010, maybe even earlier. If you read the patent apparently hair taken from the temporal region works better when cultured and injected into scalp versus hair taken from back of the head.
    ???

    WTF? Temples are known to recede first. How would that work if for some, or most of us, there is no hair in the temples?

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